Fantastic shopping in Hong Kong
For the compulsive shopper, Hong Kong is truly the place to be as the city has anything and everything one wants to buy ranging from designer goods, clothes, shoes bags and accessories, to electronic goods, mobile phones and accessories as well as antiques and other knick knacks to take home from a wonderful shopping expedition.
Shopping malls, designer stores, flea markets and shopping districts… this city has them all, thus catering to the luxury item buyer right down to the traveller on a shoe string looking for a souvenir to take back home. Among the many areas where various goods can be purchased from, Hollywood Road and Upper Lascar Row are well known for antique items that will look great and add character to any type of household or business.
Sham Shui Po and Wan Chai are the two must visit spots for anyone in search of video games as all sorts of games from yesteryear to the latest game in town can be found at a bargain price here. In addition Causeway Bay, Kowloon and Tsim Sha Tsui have a large number of computer shops that sell computers and laptops from almost all brands imaginable. Tsim Sha Tsui is also a well known spot to go shopping for leather goods.
Any woman would have a ball at IFC, Time Square or Elements as those are the hot spots for fashion accessories and such. If one is looking for typically Japanese items there is Sogo to go to where there are all sorts of Japanese goods to be found. For visitors who want to have a break and get to know what the future holds for them Wong Tai Sin Temple is the spot to go to get some fortune advice. Shenzhen and Stanley are the haunts for bargain shoppers while the high end shoppers who are planning on big buys like cars can explore the options at Gloucester Road, Hong Kong.
Whether it is a shopping expedition, a cultural tour or a business visit that you are making, serviced accommodation Hong Kong is the best option for any visitor. Citadines Ashley Hong Kong is one of the most charming Hong Kong serviced apartments located at the centre of the Tsim Sha Tsui locality.